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Helping Hands Fund 2010 Helping Hands Committee Members (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT) • Linda Arreguin, Patient Services • Carmen Garcia, Billing • Shannon Clesceri, Human Resources • Kim Rains, Accounting • Marshall Snoddy, Medical • Robin Vessov, Dental • Pam Taylor, Management Team • Cristal Vargas, Behavioral Health • Kellie Dillin, Pharmacy

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The Helping Hands Fund was created to help the neediest patients–those at the lowest pay scale and without insurance to gain the support they need. Through application or urgent need request, Helping Hands assists these patients by paying a portion or all of their healthrelated bills depending on the situation.

Phone: 509-662-6000 Wenatchee, WA 98801 600 Orondo Ave, Suite 1 Columbia Valley Community Health Kim Rains information, or to donate contact: and estate bequests. For more grateful for contributions, memorials The Helping Hands Fund is most

HowYou Can Help

Helping Hands Fund 2010 annual report


individuals received assistance in 2010

Your support helped...

Helping Hands Fund

…a woman become eligible for a liver transplant by achieving the requirements for a healthy dental diagnosis. Prior to becoming eligible for the waiting list, the 61year old needed 10 fillings for her teeth. She paid for a few, one at a time, and your support helped expedite her care.

The…relieve Helpingthe Hands Fund was created to severe pain being experienced by a 59-year old man who needed, and help the neediest patients–those at the received, a root canal thanks to your donation. The man 2010 is unable to speak Hands due to Helping lowest paystroke scale and without insurance a severe and is currently living in an assisted livingCommittee facility on a social security Members to gain the support they need. Through (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT) income of less than $10,000 per year. • Linda Arreguin, Patient Services application or urgent need request, Carmen Garcia, Billing who …provide counseling and behavioral health support for a• 59-year old woman Helping Hands assists these patients by • Shannon Clesceri, Human Resources had suffered enormous losses, including the death of her twin boys, husband and • Kim Rains, Accounting paying a portion or all of their healthfather. With your support, she was able to receive care when she needed it most. • Marshall Snoddy, Medical related bills depending on the situation. • Robin Vessov, Dental

…purchase medication for an 84-year old man who lost his Basic Health insurance. • Pam Taylor, Management Team • Cristal Vargas, Behavioral Health The medication helps treat his dementia, and your support enables him to remain a • Kellie Dillin, Pharmacy part of his young grandson’s life.

HELPING HANDS FUND REVENUE BY SOURCE FYE 3-31-11

HELPING HANDS FUND EXPENSE BY TYPE FYE 3-31-11

5% 24% 33% 62%

CVCH Staff Contributions General Contribution Vending Revenue

15%

61%

Patient Care Cost Patient Supplies Medication


individuals received assistance in 2010

Your support helped... …a woman become eligible for a liver transplant by achieving the requirements for a healthy dental diagnosis. Prior to becoming eligible for the waiting list, the 61year old needed 10 fillings for her teeth. She paid for a few, one at a time, and your support helped expedite her care. …relieve the severe pain being experienced by a 59-year old man who needed, and received, a root canal thanks to your donation. The man is unable to speak due to a severe stroke and is currently living in an assisted living facility on a social security income of less than $10,000 per year. …provide counseling and behavioral health support for a 59-year old woman who had suffered enormous losses, including the death of her twin boys, husband and father. With your support, she was able to receive care when she needed it most. …purchase medication for an 84-year old man who lost his Basic Health insurance. The medication helps treat his dementia, and your support enables him to remain a part of his young grandson’s life.

HELPING HANDS FUND REVENUE BY SOURCE FYE 3-31-11

HELPING HANDS FUND EXPENSE BY TYPE FYE 3-31-11

5% 24% 33% 62%

CVCH Staff Contributions General Contribution Vending Revenue

15%

61%

Patient Care Cost Patient Supplies Medication


Helping Hands Fund The Helping Hands Fund was created to help the neediest patients–those at the lowest pay scale and without insurance to gain the support they need. Through application or urgent need request, Helping Hands assists these patients by paying a portion or all of their healthrelated bills depending on the situation.

2010 Helping Hands Committee Members (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT) • Linda Arreguin, Patient Services • Carmen Garcia, Billing • Shannon Clesceri, Human Resources • Kim Rains, Accounting • Marshall Snoddy, Medical • Robin Vessov, Dental • Pam Taylor, Management Team • Cristal Vargas, Behavioral Health • Kellie Dillin, Pharmacy

HowYou Can Help The Helping Hands Fund is most grateful for contributions, memorials and estate bequests. For more information, or to donate contact: Kim Rains Columbia Valley Community Health 600 Orondo Ave, Suite 1

www.cvch.org

Wenatchee, WA 98801 Phone: 509-662-6000

Helping Hands Fund 2010 annual report

Helping Hands Fund Annual Report 2010  

Columbia Valley Community Healt Helping Hands Fund Annual Report